• Janja Ganbret and Hans Hojer win Gold at Munich

    Janja Ganbret and Hans Hojer win Gold at Munich but Shauna Coxsey and Jongwon Chong take the 2017 IFSC WC Bouldering titles.

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  • Marek Holeček and Zdeněk Hák add major route to Southwest face of Gasherbrum I

    News has emerged that Marek Holeček and Zdeněk Hák have added Satisfaction, a major route to Southwest face of Gasherbrum I in the Karakorum.

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  • Shauna Coxsey nominated for 2017 Acro Rock Legends Awards

    The 12th Arco Rock Legends Awards will once again be presented as part of the Arco Rock Master Competition scheduled for August 24th to 27th.

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  • Toru Nakajima goes ‘Beyond’ on Lucid Dreaming

    A ‘warts and all’ video of Toru Nakajima’s fourth ascent of Lucid Dreaming has been posted on-line by North Face Japan.

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  • Roberts ticks Digital Crack – Europe’s highest F8a/+

    Seventeen years after first setting eyes on Digital Crack, John Roberts has finally got the tick!

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  • Lynne Hill to headline at Women's Climbing Symposium

    Now in its seventh year the WCS continues its tour around the country, heading to Bristol to connect, develop and inspire women’s climbing through collective climbing experiences, the latest research and the best coaching. For the 2017 event, inspiration is top of the list with a very special headline speaker – Lynne Hill.

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  • Will Bosi crushes The Prow @ Kyloe-In

    Taking advantage of some cooler weather over the weekend, Will Bosi crushed The Prow at Kyloe in the Woods.

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  • Ned Feehally flashes Font 8b+ in Rocklands

    News from Rocklands is that Ned Feehally has just flashed Trust Issues (Font 8b+).

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  • Steve McClure completes in-a-day Yorkshire Triple Crown

    A little over a month after completing Rainman (F9b), Steve McClure has back in action in Yorkshire to knock-off the Triple Crown. Following a gut-busting wrecking day on Tuesday – a.k.a. the recce – Steve clipped the lower-off at the top of The Groove at Malham at around 7pm yesterday.

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  • IFSC World Cup and ParaClimbing Cup coming to Ratho in September

    The world’s best climbers will descend on the Scottish capital in September as the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Cup and Paraclimbing Cup comes to the Edinburgh International Climbing Arena: Ratho.

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